Seven Sublime Dishes To Tempt You This Evening
Forks at the ready!
It's that wonderful time of the week where we feed your eyes with the most stunning dishes around.
Need some inspo for your next snack, treat or even cheat meal?
Look no further - we got you.
BEWARE: This drool-worthy content may leave you with a rumble in your stomach.
1. Christmas Sambo - Meltdown
One of the best parts of Christmas is coming home on Stephen's Night with a big boozy head on ye and piling all of the leftovers from your Christmas dinner into a sambo.
Until that day this whopper Christmas sandwich from Meltdown will most definitely keep us ticking.
Loaded with turkey, bacon, stuffing, cranberry sauce, brie, mature cheddar and mayo, this toastie couldn't be more festive.
2. Toasted Nut Praline Cruffin - Oxmantown
When you can't decide between a croissant or a muffin so you just get both... in one!
This beauty is made from toasted nut praline with caramelized pecan and malted chocolate cremeux.
Hello belly happiness.
3. Prawn Cracker Nachos - The Ramen Bar
Prawn cracker nachos - A western twist on Japanese cuisine. Bite size crispy prawn crackers filled with succulent ground pork chashu & sweet corn drizzled with a tangy salsa and Yuzu sour cream. Yuzu is a delicious aromatic citrus fruit commonly used in Japan.
4. Wings - Tribeca
Arguably the best wings in Dublin.
The wings from Tribeca never fail.
5. Porridge Bowl - Network
Winter mornings can put a chill in your bones that's incurable without a toasty bowl of oats.
Network is the place to be, it's always full of chatter and good vibes along with delicious food and whopper coffee.
The porridge from here is A1.
6. Pepperoni Pizza - The Revolution
The tastiest pizza in Rathgar can be found in The Revolution.
It's a cute spot and deffo one to check out for date night.
Double pepperoni, buffalo mozzarella, chilli flakes and fresh basil... Sure how could you say no?
7. Ravioli - Mr Fox
You don't get credit from Michelin for nothing, the food from here is divine.
Parmesan ravioli with braised oxtail, maitake, pickled garlic scapes and oxtail consomme AKA the dream.